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Components of Acquired Enamel Pellicle

 # Which of the following is a component that is not present in the acquired enamel pellicle? 
A. Glucan. 
B. Proline-rich peptides. 
C. Glucosyltransferases. 
D. Enolase. 



The correct answer is D. Enolase.

Bacterial components such as glucosyltransferases and glucan can be detected in pellicle. Proline-rich peptides can be found in the acquired enamel pellicle. Bacterial components such as glucosyltransferases and glucan can be detected in pellicle. Enolase is an intracellular enzyme found in oral bacteria, but is not a major component of the acquired pellicle.

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